Active vs Passive: Present & Past Simple Exercises

3 Exercises to practise the difference between ACTIVE & PASSIVE forms of the verb in the Present Simple and Past Simple. Worksheet and Answers PDF Exercise 1 Instructions: Look at the picture below and complete the exercise by choosing the correct form of the verb to complete the gap in the sentence.   Exercise 2 Instructions: Look at the picture … Read More

Have to / Must / Should

Modal Verbs for HAVE TO, MUST & SHOULD are modal verbs which we use for obligation and recommendations. Use SHOULD to make a recommendation (i.e. when you think it is a good idea for someone to do something).  Example: You should do some grammar exercises to improve your English. 2. You should drink 6 glasses of water a day. Use … Read More

Comparatives Exercise Elementary A2

Read these rules for the comparative form in English before completing the comparatives exercise below. Use the comparative form in English when you want to compare 2 things. For example: America is bigger than England. Horses are more intelligent than rabbits. Comparative Form Add /er/ to the end of adjectives with one syllable and adjectives with 2 syllables ending in … Read More

Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise B1

 Present Perfect or Past Simple Exercise This quiz will test your knowledge of past participles, use of tenses & word order for questions and time words. Level: B1 / Intermediate More Exercises at B1 / Intermediate Level: Drag & Drop Exercise / True or False: Present Perfect or Past Simple Multiple Choice Exercise: Present Perfect or Past Simple  Multiple Choice … Read More

Prepositions of Movement Quiz

There are 20 questions and answers in this quiz to practise prepositions of movement.  You will need to complete the blanks with the following prepositions: up, down, across, along, through, towards, over, into, out of, More prepositions exercises at A2 / Elementary English level For the grammar rules on prepositions of movement, motion and direction, click here. Prepositions of Place … Read More

Countable or Uncountable Ex.1

Exercise to practise countable and uncountable nouns. Countable & Uncountable Nouns EXERCISES For a grammar explanation on countable and uncountable nouns click here. Click here for much & many grammar explanation & video Much, Many, a lot of exercise SOME & ANY Exercise  All or Every – Grammar & Exercises

Countable or Uncountable Nouns Ex.2

Drag & Drop Exercise Instructions: Sort the nouns below by dragging them into the correct column (countable or uncountable) below.   COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS grammar COUNTABLE & UNCOUNTABLE EXERCISES MUCH & MANY grammar SOME & ANY Exercise  ALL or EVERY Grammar & Exercise

If vs When Exercises

Choose WHEN or IF to complete the gap in the exercises below.  Be careful!  Some of the sentences can take both IF and WHEN.   In this exercise, choose the answer that has the SAME meaning as the one provided in the example.